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Diana Cooper : Autobiography

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1980 reprint, this one-volume edition was first published in 1979, published by Michael Russell. Illustrated with numerous black & white photographs. Includes an index.

Three volumes of Lady Diana Coopers in one. The three volumes: "The Rainbow Comes and Goes" "The Lights of Common Day" "Trumpets and the Steep", were first published by Faber & Faber in the 1950s.

Lady Diana Cooper was in her prime widely regarded as the most beautiful woman in England and the idol of her generation. She was witty, outrageous, generous and loyal. Famous as a member of the aristocratic and intellectual group 'The Cotorie', she later edited the magazine Femina before starting a career as an actress on the stage and then in films during the 1920s. Her husband, Duff Cooper, was parliament in 1924 and Diana continued as a society hostess until his retirement in 1947.

Complete with unclipped dust jacket. In very good condition throughout. Light marks to the dust jacket, and very light yellow tinge to the pages. Binding is still tight.

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Author(s):
Diana Cooper
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22cm x 14.5cm x 4.5cm. 1050g
Edition:
1980 reprint of 1979 edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0859550680
ISBN-13:
9780859550680
Number of pages:
752
Publisher:
Michael Russell
Title:
Diana Cooper : Autobiography

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1980 reprint, this one-volume edition was first published in 1979, published by Michael Russell. Illustrated with numerous black & white photographs. Includes an index.

Three volumes of Lady Diana Coopers in one. The three volumes: "The Rainbow Comes and Goes" "The Lights of Common Day" "Trumpets and the Steep", were first published by Faber & Faber in the 1950s.

Lady Diana Cooper was in her prime widely regarded as the most beautiful woman in England and the idol of her generation. She was witty, outrageous, generous and loyal. Famous as a member of the aristocratic and intellectual group 'The Cotorie', she later edited the magazine Femina before starting a career as an actress on the stage and then in films during the 1920s. Her husband, Duff Cooper, was parliament in 1924 and Diana continued as a society hostess until his retirement in 1947.

Complete with unclipped dust jacket. In very good condition throughout. Light marks to the dust jacket, and very light yellow tinge to the pages. Binding is still tight.

Author(s):
Diana Cooper
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22cm x 14.5cm x 4.5cm. 1050g
Edition:
1980 reprint of 1979 edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0859550680
ISBN-13:
9780859550680
Number of pages:
752
Publisher:
Michael Russell
Title:
Diana Cooper : Autobiography

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